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Capu Rossu (the red cape) is situated on the west coast of Corsica south of Porto. The cape marks the southern part of the Gulf of Porto. Itís towering 331 m high above the blue sea.
The walk takes 1h30. The easiest part is along the coast and then it goes up quite steeply when you reach the bare rocks. The views get better and better as you climb.
At the end you are rewarded of your efforts by the sight of an old Genovese watchtower, called Tour de Turghiu, which offers 360ļ breathtaking views.
Three stunning views, Jean-Noel. Carol
Superb Photography I love the light in V2 fantastic...John
Three lovely views.
Three lovely images with great view.
Sounds and looks idyllic Jean- Noel.
Great set of shots.
You have seen some wonderful. Scenery---this's being some of the best!
Sounds captivating and thanks for the lovely images.
A lovely set
Three great shots in which you have captured the delight and wonder that is Corsica.
Lovely fluffy clouds. Beautiful captured countryside.......Sandy
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